Learn more about our upcoming webinar speaker, Mark Sekula!
Company: Facility Futures Inc. and International Facility Management Association (IFMA)
Mark is currently serving as President of Facility Futures, Inc. a global facility management consulting firm in Milwaukee. Facility Futures provides strategic facility planning, real estate planning, facility management organizational planning, owner’s representation, facility management outsourcing transition management, sustainability consulting, and a variety of other services. Mark has over 36 years of facility management experience and has served as both a facilities management practitioner and FM consultant. In addition, Mark is a certified instructor of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), where he teaches classes in facility management nationally.
Mark’s association with IFMA goes way back, serving on the board of IFMA’s Southeast Wisconsin Chapter and as a director on the IFMA International Board of Directors. He even founded the IFMA Facility Management Consultants Council. In 2011, Mark’s hard work and dedication to IFMA was recognized when he was awarded their highest honor and named an IFMA Fellow.
Mark’s impressive resume does not stop there! He has co-authored two books “The Facility Manager’s Field Guide” and “Sustainable Facility Management – The Facility Manager’s Guide to Optimizing Building Performance”. He has also had over 25 articles published on facility management and business issues in a variety of professional journals. In 2013 Mark was recognized by IFMA once again when he was named Distinguished Author of the Year. Currently Mark serves as a Subject Matter Expert for the development of facility management curriculum for IFMA as well as IFMA Certification Liaison for the State of Wisconsin.
Did you know? Mark Sekula conducted a national research project on the physical workplace in relation to its impact on the Best places to Work in America.
Tune in for VFA’s free webinar on Tuesday, February 25th at 2:00pm EST as Mark discusses IFMA’s findings and its approach to strategic facility planning (SFP). You’ll learn how a SFP plan can be used to develop both a flexible and implementable plan based upon the unique considerations of your organization.